Deathstalker: Rebellion by Simon R. Green This review may contain spoilers for the first DEATHSTALKER book, Deathstalker. Owen Deathstalker, Hazel d’Ark, Ruby Journey, Jack Random, and assorted others are still plotting rebellion against The Iron Bitch who rules the galactic empire. Everyone in this motley group has a different idea about how a galactic government […]Read More
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Posted by Jesse Hudson | Feb 10, 2015 | SFF Reviews | 0
Invader by C.J. Cherryh While the first book in C. J. Cherryh’s FOREIGNER series, also titled Foreigner, took its time in establishing Bren Cameron’s character and the dilemmas he faced attempting to adapt to a culture entirely foreign to him, Invader wastes no time. Picking up precisely where Foreigner left off, Bren is in the hospital suffering from injuries […]Read More
Posted by Kat Hooper | May 23, 2014 | SFF Reviews | 1
The Serpent’s Shadow by Mercedes Lackey The Serpent’s Shadow is the second of Mercedes Lackey’s ELEMENTAL MASTERS novels. These are stand-alone fairytale retellings and this particular one is based on “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.” The story takes place in London in 1909 and it’s so different from that familiar tale, though, that you […]Read More
Posted by Kat Hooper | Feb 28, 2014 | SFF Reviews | 2
The Spiral Labyrinth by Matthew Hughes Henghis Hapthorn, who we met in Majestrum, is back. Actually, he’s not really back, he’s forward, because after solving the mystery of the disappearance of a man who went to look at a spaceship for sale, Henghis finds himself in a future Dying Earth where magic has replaced the […]Read More
Posted by Rebecca Fisher | Jun 12, 2012 | SFF Reviews | 0
Song of the Wanderer by Bruce Coville I have promises to keep, and wounds to heal… This is the second book in THE UNICORN CHRONICLES, a four part series by children’s author Bruce Coville, which also includes a short story to be found in the unicorn-themed anthology A Glory of Unicorns. In the first instalment, […]Read More
Posted by Kelly Lasiter | Apr 3, 2010 | SFF Reviews | 0
Winter Tides by James P. Blaylock I was disappointed in Winter Tides, though it’s probably not fair to blame James P. Blaylock for my disappointment. It’s not his fault the cover copy doesn’t accurately describe the novel’s actual subject matter. It’s also not his fault I’m a big enough ballad geek that when I see […]Read More
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